The One Form was developed to collect information from researchers about their proposed non-commercial research at application stage to streamline the application process. This has now been replaced by an online version, the Project Initiation Form (PIF).
As of July 2019 the NIHR BioResource Centre Newcastle will be the first project sponsored by Newcastle upon Tyne Hospitals to begin using electronic consent (e-Consent) to sign up volunteers.
Thriving in a multi-disciplinary research team
10:30-17:30, Wednesday 11 September 2019
Darwin room, Centre for Life, Newcastle
This event will be inspirational to early career researchers working within
a multi-disciplinary environment. It will provide a unique opportunity for networking with peers and senior academics and clinicians. We look forward to seeing you there.
Dame Jackie Daniels, CEO of The Newcastle Upon Tyne Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, visted the NJRO to meet our staff.
Lovely to meet staff from the Newcastle Joint Research Office this morning – a great example of collaborative partnership working with @UniofNewcastle to drive high quality, safe, research nationally & internationally for our patients.
The NIHR has launched a new toolkit for researchers, to help them deliver the high quality health services research that the NHS needs.
The Health Services Research Toolkit is a national resource which brings together ideas, guidance and support in one place.
As the Governance Team transitions to NHS.net accounts, the Trust R&D mailbox will be decommissioned on 1st July, 2019. This will be replaced with the following 5 mailboxes, according to the subject of your email: